Reading The 9 Lives of Alexander Baddenfield by John Bemelmans Marciano was pure delight – although I’m not sure if that’s a good thing since this book deals with a bratty 12 year old boy who squanders the lives he is given without any recourse to his evil ways. But, then, that’s what makes this book so much fun to read!
Reboot is the first book in a duology and is about a girl named Wren who dies at the young age of 12. However, due to a virus, Wren doesn’t stay dead and in 178 minutes she reboots and is alive again. The twist is that once you die your humanity begins to disappear – the longer you’re dead, the less humanity you retain and Wren was dead for 178 minutes…the longest anyone has been dead and has come back. How much humanity does she have left? Because she didn’t retain as much humanity as others, she’s the perfect solider for HARC.
Okay, where has the month gone? June is almost over and I haven’t posted one blog post! So, before the month is completely over, I want to share with you […]
I’ve read so many good books during the month of May while participating in Middle Grade May. There are too many for me to review, but I do want to […]
April is over so it’s time to share all my April YouTube videos! I was on a roll this month and recorded 7 videos! Wow, I’m impressed with myself. I […]
Yes, I’m reviewing another Young Adult novel. This time it’s Caraval by Stephanie Garber and I think it’s a timely review since the sequel, Legendary, is scheduled to be released […]